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  1. Cancellation of The Mewtwo Project

    by , 31st January 2010 at 05:13 PM
    To the people who enjoyed this fic, I am sorry but this fic has been discontinued and has a high chance of staying that way.

    If you must know, the lack of any sort of response as well as loss of my inspiration for this fic were the main causes of the cancellation.

    Here is the link to the story if you want to to read it.
  2. Wicked Awesome!

    by , 31st January 2010 at 04:03 PM (This is not a blog, everything you have been told is a lie.)

    Why the hell didn't this guy redo the Game corner music for HG/SS?
  3. Reading biggest pops/heat (cheers/boos) in wrestling results can be funny.

    by , 31st January 2010 at 03:40 PM (The Live Wire)
    Especially if something non-standard gets cheered (or booed) more. Like, in one of TNA's recent house shows in the UK...guess which got the most cheers?

    1. A Table. Yes, an inanimate object got the biggest pop.
    Earl Hebner got the second biggest heat (behind "The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero, who is actually a good guy, but only got booed because he was facing British wrestler Desmond Wolfe. But on a show earlier in the tour, he got some of the most cheers, ...
  4. The Road

    by , 31st January 2010 at 02:38 PM (I don't hate you because you're fat. You're fat because I hate you.)
    Seriously this has got to be one of the beat movies I've ever seen and I can see it again as much as I want cause my friend put it on my phone, through illegal methods. Don't ask how, I don't understand how he did it.

    It has got to be one of the best movies I've ever seen. It's even better than Avatar and the new Shelock Holmes movie. They are still really good but The Road is brilliant.

  5. Miramax Films: 1979 - 2010

    by , 31st January 2010 at 02:03 PM (Pop-Pop in the Attic: in 3D)

    On January 28, 2010 Disney shut-down one of the most prolific producers of indie, art-house flicks in film history.

    Founded by Harvey and Bob Weinstein in 1979 (The Weinsteins left the company in 2005 to form The Weinstein Company, taking with them Quentin Tarantino, Kevin Smith, Michael Moore, among others), Miramax became a name synonymous with quality indie flicks.

    Need proof? You got it. Here is a list of the films released by Miramax. ...